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A Huichol Indian peyote ceremony, recorded in Central Mexico in 1944 for the Library of Congress by folklorist Henrietta Yurchenco. As Ian says, “Sounds pretty normal, nourishing and human to me. But then, I’m not a psych collector.”
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